If you picked up Saturday's Daily Mail (and let's face it, why wouldn't you?), you may have noticed an article entitled "How cash meant for promoting faith is going to an organisation that campaigns AGAINST Christianity", which suggested that a government grant given to the British Humanist Association (who we work closely with and, indeed, share our building with) had been used to fund an aggressive campaign against Christianity.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the article misrepresented the BHA in practically every sentence (i.e., the article was wrong, i.e. it was a shocking piece of journalism). In order to set the record straight, the BHA have put up a step-by-step refutation on their website. I recommend you read it – as well as being a a great example of how to deal with shoddy journalism, it's also an excellent guide to the tabloid art of fact-twisting.